GED Classes Warwick, Rhode Island

Listed in this article is a complete overview of GED® prep locations and test centers in the Warwick area.

Rhode Island is using the fully computerized GED exam for the state’s high school equivalency (HSE) testing program.

The GED provides people who left high school before graduation another chance to secure an equivalent degree.

The GED test includes four separate subject tests in Literacy (Reasoning through Language Arts), Math (Mathematical Reasoning), Science, and Social Studies.

You have the option to take one GED module at a time but the entire GED battery must be completed within a 2-year time frame.

Warwick GED prep facilities

GED Requirements in Rhode Island

Community College of Rhode Island-Adult Education
400 East Ave – Warwick – RI 02886 – Phone: (401) 825.1000

Warwick Skills & Youth Ctr
3027 W Shore Rd – Warwick – RI 02886 – Phone: (401) 732.5562

Westbay Adult Education Academy
2480 Post Rd – Warwick – RI 02886 – Phone: (401) 468.4064

Westbay Community Action
205 Buttonwoods Ave – Warwick – RI 02886 – Phone: (401) 732.4660 (ext. 136)

Rhode Island Adult Education Development Ctr
144 Bignall St – Warwick – RI 02888 – Phone: (401) 941.8353 (ext. 109)

Warwick Area Adult Learning Center
575 Centerville Rd – Warwick – RI 02886 – Phone: (401) 734.3156

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Prep sites around Warwick (cities by alphabet)

Literacy Volunteers of Kent County
1672 Flat River Rd – Coventry – RI 02816 – Phone: (401) 822.9103

Cranston Alternative Ed. Program
4 Sharpe Dr – Cranston – RI 02920 – Phone: (401) 270.8166
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Exeter JobCorps
162 Main St – Exeter – RI 02822 – Phone: (401) 268.6000

Phoenix House
251 Main St – Exeter – RI 02822 – Phone: (888) 671.9392

East Bay South Literacy Volunteers 
20 Dr M Wheatland Blvd – Newport – RI 02840 – Phone: (401) 619.3779
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EdExRI N.Kingstown (Kingstown Crossings)
11 Merrill Ln – North Kingstown – RI 02852 – Phone: (401) 783.0293

Providence Skills Center GED Classes
31 Providence Pl – Providence – RI 02903 – Phone: (401) 437.8885 (ext. 301)
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Warwick area GED test centers

Toll Gate High GED testing
575 Centerville Rd – Warwick – RI 02886 – Phone: (401) 734.3156

Community College of Rhode Island Liston Campus
1 Hilton St – Providence – RI 02905 – Phone: (401) 455.6059

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GED acceptance

When you have passed all four GED subtests, you will receive the GED diploma, a nationwide recognized equivalency to a common high school diploma which is accepted by practically all How to answer GED questionsemployers and schools. Note well that GED testing cannot be done over the internet.

You must appear at an authorized GED testing site and sit for the four GED subtests in person. The tests are modular and you have two years to deal with all four sections.  To find out whether you would qualify, go to this page: GED in Rhode Island. Here is also a link to all U.S. GED test sites and prep programs.

In Rhode Island, the GED test costs (for the entire exam) $120, or $30 per individual subtest. The state passed a bill, though, that picks up the tab for low-income residents. A few years back, the GED passing score was lowered by five points to 145 on each of the four GED subtests or modules. On this page, you can read all about it.

GED registration and information

Go to to discover a great program that comes with everything you want to know about the GED program. You can create your own account at MyGED and this online portal will lead you through all the phases of the GED testing process.

You will find jurisdiction-related information, online test preparation, and many study tools, online registration for a test. At MyGED you can schedule and reschedule your tests, make appointments for retesting, arrange special accommodation, view your score reports, see what recommendations are given, check out schools, follow employment trends, and so on.

The GED passing score

Scoring has changed too. Now students must reach 145 points per subject area to pass that section, so a minimum of 580 points in total is required.

The scale on which the GED tests are scored runs from 100 to 200.

The below-passing score is 100-144, the passing score at high school equivalency level is 145-164, the college-ready score is 165-174, and the college-ready plus credit score is 175-200.